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Winterfest game leaves Oxford cold

Oxford's Lady Cats couldn't get the job done on the court against the Troy Colts in a physical Winterfest game that led to a 45-36 loss. While they trailed behind most of the first half, the Lady Cats fought back to end the second quarter with a two-point lead of 23-21, but they could not match the Colts in the second half as they were outscored 24-13 in the final two quarters....more >>
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Surge over Dragons for win

The weather and school closings have postponed games for athletes - but Mother Nature did not step in when the Wolves hosted Lake Orion, Jan. 21. Clarkston froze out the visiting team for their eighth win of the season in the OAA crossover, 64-27....more >>

Coach impressed with skiers

Ski Coach Phil Nimmo said he was "impressed with the team's skiing" this past week. The Holly/Oxford girls team beat Flushing 26-53. "The girls came off of losses in the first two races and stepped up against Flushing," Nimmo said....more >>
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Up to the plate

Snow might be covering the baseball fields right now but three Wolves are looking forward not only their senior spring season but beyond. Clarkston High School hitters Nick Morey, Ryan Rea and David Steward signed their letters of intent for college on Jan....more >>

Bowlers keep winning

The Oxford Wildcats finally got to bowl at Collier Lanes on Thursday against the newly formed Bloomfield team. After 5 matches on the road it was a great to be back home. The Oxford girls won 29 to 1....more >>
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Grapplers top Macomb teams

The Wolves went 4-1 at the Oakland-Macomb tournament last Saturday and Bret Foltz (130) helped out as he went undefeated. "We wrestled well," said Clarkston Varsity Wrestling Coach Derek Moscovic....more >>
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Wolves hot lead leaves Dragons cold on ice

The Wolves went out onto the ice on Saturday to avenge their earlier loss to Lake Orion and make it harder for their opponents clinch a share of the OAA Red title. Clarkston Hockey surrounded their net in celebration when the game finished - they accomplished both with a 4-0 win over the Dragons....more >>

Close win

The Lady Wolves took the sting out of the Avondale Yellow Jackets as they beat them 45-40, Jan. 21. "It was a close game," said Clarkston Girls Varsity Basketball Head Coach Tim Wasilk....more >>
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